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Conference schedule in a nutshell (incl. social
events) can be downloaded here
(for details on social events see also the General
Tutorials Schedule is available.
schedule is available - 55% of the submissions were accepted.
update of the Schedule: 10/012/2004)
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We invite you!
After Orlando (2002) and Toronto (2003) the IEEE SENSORS now moves to Europe: The Vienna University of
Technology will host the 2004 Conference.
The Conference includes sessions on the theory, design and
applications of sensor devices and systems; tutorials; and
exhibits. Special sessions will be organized by experts focused
on a variety of sensor topics.
The Conference Proceedings will be an IEEE publication, which will be part of the IEEE Electronic
Library that is available to more than two million people around the world.
Authors are invited to submit original work in these fields.
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is one of the most beautiful
cultural centres of Europe. Best known as a town of fine arts
and music, Vienna is also a place of very impressive historical
architecture. Situated in the heart of Europe, Vienna plays a
major role as a bridge between East and West.
See the sights of Vienna: the world´s capital of music is a
unique city monument with highlights from the Middle Ages and
the Baroque era, from Historicism and Art Nouveau - complemented
by contemporary architecture.
Congress participants and accompanying persons will have the
opportunity to attend concerts and theatre performances, to have
dinner in one of the excellent Viennese restaurants or to visit
“Vienna at night”. Tours can be individually booked at a
dedicated booth on the conference site.
The conference venue itself is located at the Vienna University
of Technology, which is in walking distance from the famous “Staatsoper”,
the “Musikverein”, and many other major sights.
In case you require a visa to travel to Austria, please contact
Ms. Helga Eismair at firstname.lastname@example.org
/ Fax 0043-1-588 00520 regarding a possibly required
1. Sensors Phenomena and
Modeling (theory, characterization, CAD modeling, and testing of
2. Sensor and Actuator Systems (sensor electronics, actuator
systems, sensor-actuator systems, multiple-sensor systems,
intelligent sensing, sensor arrays, “electronic nose”
technology, sensor buses, sensor networks, voting systems,
telemetering, internet-based and other remote data acquisition,
and control of sensors)
3. Chemical and Gas Sensors (devices, materials, and technology)
4. Biosensors (sensor arrays, lab-on chip, online monitoring,
process control, test kits, materials, and technology)
5. Optical Sensors (radiation sensors, optoelectronic/photonic
sensors, and fibers)
6. Mechanical sensors (inertial, pressure, and tactile)
7. Physical Sensors (thermal, magnetic, and mass-sensitive
8. Applications (automotive, medical, environmental monitoring,
consumer, alarm and security, military, nautical, aeronautical
and space sensor systems, robotics, and automation)
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